Google ran a two week test on all devices accessing the Android Market, which ended on November the 3rd and began on October 20th.
These collected figures show that only 0.1-percent of devices accessing the Android application repository were based on 'Honeycomb' 3.0, where 0.5-percent is 'Gingerbread' 2.3 - 3.3.2.
On 0.9-percent are 'Honeycomb' 3.1, 3.2 and the much older 'Cupcake' 1.5 operating system, which was the first official build of Android.
Following on from those stats is Android 'Donut' 1.5 and 1.4-percent, with the third highest at 10.7-percent with 'Éclair' 2.1 and the second is on 40.7-percent with the Android 'Froyo' 2.2 platform.
The most common version of the Google mobile OS found accessing the Android Market is the ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3.3 build, which has been rolled out now to the largest amount of handsets – judging by these figures.
This data was collated for developers to understand the OS device distribution amount, with a view to aid them in prioritising the development of application features on devices.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com